Antique dealer David Gray sold a chair that may have been made from wood from William Shakespeare’s mulberry tree.
The famous playwright probably planted a (more…)
A recent Huffington Post article explored the concept of ‘lagom’, and how antique furniture is the perfect fit for this lifestyle.
‘Lagom’, a Swedish word (more…)
The sale of a Victorian chair left an auctioneer in shock after it sold for much higher than the original estimate.
The auction house enjoyed a (more…)
Attendees at a Cotswolds auction were left amazed when a Wainscot chair sold for 20 times its original estimate.
On March 31 at Moore Allen & Innocent auction house in (more…)
The descendant of one of the oldest families in Barmouth and the great grandnephew of the first coxswain of the Barmouth lifeboat, recently donated (more…)
A rare oak livery cupboard was recently sold at auction in London, standing out among other pieces of oak furniture. It featured a number of (more…)
An antiques dealer had a pleasant surprise when he unearthed a rare platter made specially for a voyage to the North Pole in 1875.
The owner of the platter had (more…)
A collection of 3,500 Dinky toys has recently sold at auction, fetching a tidy six-figure price.
The collection had belonged to (more…)
A collection of dolls will be sold at auction in July, currently belonging to Jo Wood, the ex wife of Ronnie Wood of the (more…)
Classic novels written by Charles Dickens have been sold at auction, creating lots of interest among collectors at the Cuttlestones’ specialist sale.
The novels came from a private collection, amassed during (more…)